Free to a good home: Black sumatra rooster

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Chickenhuntin, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Chickenhuntin

    Chickenhuntin In the Brooder

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    Very pretty boy. But I chance of loseing the whole flock due to ordinance issues. I got one pesky neighbor that threatens to turn me in if I don't get rid of him. Please Somebody take him. Before I Either cull him on the pesky neighbors door step or see if Sumatras really do adapt to the wild. Joking. I could never sacrifice a great bird like this one. But I may have to ditch him on a farm one early morning though, If I don't find a good home for him. Email me @ [email protected]
     
  2. mmaddie's mom

    mmaddie's mom Songster

    Too bad you aren't closer. [​IMG]

    Are there no local Sale Barns around that you can take him to? Check it out. Or local animal shelter.

    DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT "ditch" him at a local farm in the early morning hours. This would be the same as dumping him in the woods someplace and "hope" he makes it!
     
  3. birdsNbeesNseeds

    birdsNbeesNseeds Chirping

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    You should post this in the for sale/free section "8 weeks and over" on this forum or in farm and garden on Craigs List and give him a good home.

    DO NOT DUMP HIM.... you'd probably just be giving him a death sentence to a stray dog and causing problems for other people.
     
  4. Chickenhuntin

    Chickenhuntin In the Brooder

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    I got a pretty fair exchange. I traded the pullet and cockrail for a laying red star less than a year old. And I got a egg this morning. Now I am saving it for a Breakfast Sammie once I get another. Hopefully ol' gally will show how these Pullets how to lay. They are about 5 months old,(born in march) Pretty soon anyday.
     
  5. mmaddie's mom

    mmaddie's mom Songster

    Glad to hear it is a win-win! [​IMG]
     

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